Case Study - Patient Management at SughaVazhvu Healthcare

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Case Study - Patient Management at SughaVazhvu Healthcare

  1. 1. Interventions andHuman Resource Verticals
  2. 2. Case Study - Narmada
  3. 3. Narmada’s First VisitHEW – Patient Interaction Protocol
  4. 4. The Health Extension Worker (HEW) Physician extender First touch point of community Recruited from the catchment in which we serve Educational qualifications ranging from Xth StandardPass to B.Sc. in Nursing Expansion of role
  5. 5. The Enrolment ID Is Used to Identify Narmada
  6. 6. Narmada’s Household Is Identified on the HMIS
  7. 7. Population-level Individual Screening Protocol (PISP)
  8. 8. PISP Questionnaire
  9. 9. AnthropometricMeasurements - Height
  10. 10. AnthropometricMeasurements – Weight
  11. 11. Anthropometric Measurements – Waist/Hip Circumference
  12. 12. Visual Acuity – Near and Distance Vision
  13. 13. PISP Report Handed Over to Narmada
  14. 14. Counseling and Consent for Cervical Screening
  15. 15. Women’s Health Intervention Cervical cancer screening by VIA/VILI Diagnosis and treatment of reproductive tract infections (RTIs) VIA/VILI performed by HEW; supervised by female physician
  16. 16. The Physician
  17. 17. Recruitment and Training of Physicians Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani physicians Bridge training course focused onpharmacology, protocols, interventions, practicalskill enhancement, technology, patient care
  18. 18. Master Trainers Nurses trained in specific interventions to bridge thegap of non-availability of specialist trainers. Monitoring and facilitating quality care delivery withregards to interventions.
  19. 19. Capturing Narmada’sInteraction With the Physician
  20. 20. Assessing Risk for Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs)
  21. 21. CVD Intervention Phase I – Risk Assessment Phase II – Diagnostic Testing Blood Sugar Lipid Profile Treatment and Management
  22. 22. The SOAP Methodology – Subjective Assessment
  23. 23. Objective – Physical Examination
  24. 24. System-wise Physical Examination
  25. 25. Assessment – Making a Diagnosis
  26. 26. Treatment Plan
  27. 27. Protocols and Evidence-Based Care
  28. 28. Camp Approach to Community Engagement and Training
  29. 29. Impact of SughaVazhvu on Narmada’s Health Narmada was identified to be a diabetic, and is currently receivingtreatment from SughaVazhvu. She was found to be VIA/VILI positive. Since then she has received abiopsy, and cold coagulation therapy to treat for early stage pre-cancer.Narmada visits the RMHC regularly for pelvic examinations.

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